This is a nice article that outlines Abt’s book “Bleeding Out”. It has links to other useful and interesting publications.
Urban gun violence is a big problem. Thomas Abt’s new book, Bleeding Out, offers a solution.
— Read on www.vox.com/policy-and-politics/2019/7/12/20679091/thomas-abt-bleeding-out-urban-gun-violence-book-review
Professor Kelling takes the listener back in history to the time of the infancy of Broken Widows. It is difficult to imagine a time when Broken Windows wasn’t thought of as an important crime-fighting strategy. Listening to Kelling feels like being part of his story.
George Kelling, talks about how he got into policing, the importance of being on the street, and…
— Read on www.spreaker.com/user/qualitypolicing/qpp027-kelling
Researchers find little evidence for ‘broken windows theory,’ say neighborhood disorder doesn’t cause crime
— Read on www.google.com/amp/s/phys.org/news/2019-05-evidence-broken-windows-theory-neighborhood.amp
The NYPD’s CompStat at 25 | Manhattan, New York, NY | Local News
— Read on www.westsidespirit.com/local-news/20190514/the-nypds-compstat-at-25/1
This in the 2 latest publications in this series there are articles on policing. One article is by Bill Bratton and the other by George Kelling.
Urban Policy Series | Manhattan Institute
— Read on www.manhattan-institute.org/on-the-ground/urban-policy-series